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Translation of "clear" - English-Russian dictionary

clear

adjective     /klɪər/
UNDERSTAND
easy to understand ясный, понятный clear instructionsEasy to understand
HEAR/SEE
A2 easy to hear, read, or see четкий, отчетливый These photos are very clear. Can we make the sound any clearer?Apparent and obviousVisible
NO DOUBT
not possible to doubt очевидный The evidence against him was clear. [+ (that)] It was clear that Leif was angry. Ella made it clear that she didn't like James.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
CERTAIN [never before noun]
B1 certain about something уверенный Are you clear about how to get there? [+ question word] I'm not very clear why she phoned.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
NOT BLOCKED
not covered or blocked by anything свободный a clear road a clear deskUnspoiltPerfect and faultlessClean and tidy
WITHOUT CLOUDS
B1 A clear sky does not have any clouds. ясный, безоблачный UnspoiltPerfect and faultlessClouds, dew, fog and steam
TRANSPARENT
A2 easy to see through прозрачный clear water clear glass →  See also the coast is clear , crystal clear Transparent
(Definition of clear adjective from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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